Happy Birthday, Mr. Bitch.


…Creeping                                       septic:                       acid bath

on a first [time] dive… to the end(?)

Of a (hermetic happiness) hearth

That      cannot succour… the rend-

Ing real [dragging insanity]…        garnered from… the crazy. Pointless

Whimpering of;      God’s worst guess…

Dreaming peacefully.


She’s Weeping in a piercing hopeless pain

At smiling, sharp boned anorexics cut-

Ting the air with their razor-edge framework.

A treacle leaking wound smears the dark drain

With slick wickedness as you stretch idly. But

For her crouching apathy she would leave lurk-

Ing for a fleshy existence; without this strain.

As it is she remains here, strut-

Ting like a toxic, bobbing cork.


britticisms:

Sparkler on a frozen lake, (2006) by Adam Ekberg

Adam Ekberg captures both the beauty of snow and the cold, and the isolation one can feel when alone and surrounded by it. My walk home last Friday took longer than normal. People were inside, taking shelter from the storm, and still I kept going. My apartment was a long-missed fortress of warmth. And warmth creates a feeling of completeness, a feeling of wholeness, a connection to to others, even if they are not there, because you feel comfortable. Comfort negates isolation.

Perfectly captures a moment – The words and the image.


britticisms:

Sparkler on a frozen lake, (2006) by Adam Ekberg

Adam Ekberg captures both the beauty of snow and the cold, and the isolation one can feel when alone and surrounded by it. My walk home last Friday took longer than normal. People were inside, taking shelter from the storm, and still I kept going. My apartment was a long-missed fortress of warmth. And warmth creates a feeling of completeness, a feeling of wholeness, a connection to to others, even if they are not there, because you feel comfortable. Comfort negates isolation.

Perfectly captures a moment – The words and the image.


http://www.dorkly.com/moogaloop/noobtube.internal.swf?clip_id=30941&use_node_id=true&fullscreen=1

videogamenostalgia:

Dorkly Bits: Mario Is Too Mainstream

perfectly perfect.


http://www.dorkly.com/moogaloop/noobtube.internal.swf?clip_id=30941&use_node_id=true&fullscreen=1

videogamenostalgia:

Dorkly Bits: Mario Is Too Mainstream

perfectly perfect.

Subterranean Thoughts


Prodding dreamily at the space under

My chin. The space where the shotgun would fit

Snugly in. Thoughts that vaguely meander

As I rest under this gnarled tree’s bough. It

Seems that it would be no trouble at all

If I was to fall from this place and rest-

Lessly crawl on through. I just need to call

On that one moment’s decision; a guest

In no time of neck-snapping Death who yet,

As my host, ushers me beyond.

What remains; a whip lashed marionette,

Shattered and twitching, that will not respond.  

Twitching Rigid


A moist fuck

In the temple of taboo.

Siamese duck

Made into stew.

Suck drenched wet cunt

As, after dinner, grandparents

Ruttingly grunt

In their political tents.


The Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich Fans face off in South Carolina Today. (Artists interpretation)


The Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich Fans face off in South Carolina Today. (Artists interpretation)

The Marxist Ferret


Frying pan clam-shut cat

Drives me, distancing future from that

Future I planned on my vernal mat.

Torpor conquers my feverish terror

In a rigid battle to close the door.

Leaves


The leaves are bronzing over, as umber

Shafts of the Autumn’s sun, tent-

like, shade folly’s of a forced mortal year.

Of life’s rich liquor; mulched rot, a blotched smear

On her flawed, lawless cycle of some transient

Phase of decay. A shining veneer

On a crafted, sharply piercing, dream spear.

Grinding to the obsequious pause; lanced

Through Nature’s grim drab soul; an empty tear

From her nascent eyes drench, with a clear

Banality, the children of a spent

Future with a haggard, wasted fear.

Brevity


Drifting in the terrible scream

Of a trembling explosion. Neat

Victims seeming to shimmer in the melting heat

Before thudding crisply dead as in some padded dream.

Water’s pure rainbow sucked dry into steam

At the elemental border. Manufactured order, Great

Like an old War, its fire squandered from the grate,

Fractures as Nature’s chaotic unfettered seam

Is mined in a panoply of rising octaves.

Life craves for it’s own empty, forced continuance

With every dirt soaked breath a horrid struggle

Until that essential calm meets and greets us to our graves.

A tidy randomness that not even the web of Science

Can stave off. Just ensure the space in-between isn’t dull.

Sapling


She is standing before me in

Some wretched sharp-boned pose. Dreams shift-

Ing light pierces translucent thin,

shrink-wrapped skin. Her glorious grin

Dispossessed by fraught, frightened eyes.

Now, with thoughts obsessions first

Caress, each part of me that dies

Sees another path; the less cursed.

Stumbling in my own dark, bleak cor-

Ridors I fiercely hunt in love’s slow,

Impotent style after hope or

Hope’s trailing, tragic shadow.

Lessons from the past #23


(I stole this thought from another blog that I barely use)

As I happened to be reading Democracy in America by Alexis de Tocqueville, this Sunday morning, I came across a passage that resonated as regards the current and approaching Circus. Here I share it with you now:

For a long while before the appointed time is at hand the election becomes the most important and the all-engrossing topic of discussion. The ardor of faction is redoubled; and all the artificial passions which the imagination can create in the bosom of a happy and peaceful land are agitated and brought to light. The President, on the other hand, is absorbed by the cares of self-defence. He no longer governs for the interest of the State, but for that of his re-election; he does homage to the majority, and instead of checking its passions, as his duty commands him to do, he frequently courts its worst caprices. As the election draws near, the activity of intrigue and the agitation of the populace increase; the citizens are divided into hostile camps, each of which assumes the name of its favorite candidate; the whole nation glows with feverish excitement; the election is the daily theme of the public papers, the subject of private conversation, the end of every thought and every action , the sole interest of the present. As soon as the choice is determined, this ardor is dispelled; and as a calmer season returns, the current of the State, which had nearly broken its banks, sinks to its usual level: but who can refrain from astonishment at the causes of the storm.

Thus do we continue to return to the thing that we try to escape from.

Lessons from the past #23


(I stole this thought from another blog that I barely use)

As I happened to be reading Democracy in America by Alexis de Tocqueville, this Sunday morning, I came across a passage that resonated as regards the current and approaching Circus. Here I share it with you now:

For a long while before the appointed time is at hand the election becomes the most important and the all-engrossing topic of discussion. The ardor of faction is redoubled; and all the artificial passions which the imagination can create in the bosom of a happy and peaceful land are agitated and brought to light. The President, on the other hand, is absorbed by the cares of self-defence. He no longer governs for the interest of the State, but for that of his re-election; he does homage to the majority, and instead of checking its passions, as his duty commands him to do, he frequently courts its worst caprices. As the election draws near, the activity of intrigue and the agitation of the populace increase; the citizens are divided into hostile camps, each of which assumes the name of its favorite candidate; the whole nation glows with feverish excitement; the election is the daily theme of the public papers, the subject of private conversation, the end of every thought and every action , the sole interest of the present. As soon as the choice is determined, this ardor is dispelled; and as a calmer season returns, the current of the State, which had nearly broken its banks, sinks to its usual level: but who can refrain from astonishment at the causes of the storm.

Thus do we continue to return to the thing that we try to escape from.


pantslessprogressive:

On federal income tax rates – the moderators ask the candidates what their magic number would be:

Perry: 10%

Santorum: 10% and 28%

Romney: 25%

Gingrich: 15%

Paul: 0%

mundusnovus:

Surely everyone knows that 3 is the magic number…


pantslessprogressive:

On federal income tax rates – the moderators ask the candidates what their magic number would be:

Perry: 10%

Santorum: 10% and 28%

Romney: 25%

Gingrich: 15%

Paul: 0%

mundusnovus:

Surely everyone knows that 3 is the magic number…


Lest we forget, in the juggernaut one body, two headed political system of big business, that there are other parties out there, vying for votes they will never get with energy that will never be appreciated. Here, today, Stewart Alexander, representing the Socialist Party of America. Here is his platform. Watch as it is crushed and ignored. So sad. 

Here, for the few who follow this blog, is their dream for a better tomorrow:

A man can dream, a man can dream.

  1. Genuine democracy for the 99%
  2. Free speech, press, assembly, association
  3. An end to wars and military occupation
  4. Bring the troops and the money home
  5. Initiate global disarmament
  6. Deploy our troops for disaster relief
  7. Create a democratically-controlled national bank
  8. End Bush-Obama tax cuts to the wealthy
  9. Productive jobs and/or a living wage for all
  10. Single payer universal health care
  11. Free dental, mental, optical and long term care
  12. Decent affordable housing for all
  13. Free or inexpensive reliable public transit
  14. Hire more teachers – Reduce classroom size
  15. Free education through college level
  16. Legalize and tax marijuana – End the drug war
  17. Restore our air, water, land – Protect the environment
  18. Rebuild America’s infrastructure

Lest we forget, in the juggernaut one body, two headed political system of big business, that there are other parties out there, vying for votes they will never get with energy that will never be appreciated. Here, today, Stewart Alexander, representing the Socialist Party of America. Here is his platform. Watch as it is crushed and ignored. So sad. 

Here, for the few who follow this blog, is their dream for a better tomorrow:

A man can dream, a man can dream.

  1. Genuine democracy for the 99%
  2. Free speech, press, assembly, association
  3. An end to wars and military occupation
  4. Bring the troops and the money home
  5. Initiate global disarmament
  6. Deploy our troops for disaster relief
  7. Create a democratically-controlled national bank
  8. End Bush-Obama tax cuts to the wealthy
  9. Productive jobs and/or a living wage for all
  10. Single payer universal health care
  11. Free dental, mental, optical and long term care
  12. Decent affordable housing for all
  13. Free or inexpensive reliable public transit
  14. Hire more teachers – Reduce classroom size
  15. Free education through college level
  16. Legalize and tax marijuana – End the drug war
  17. Restore our air, water, land – Protect the environment
  18. Rebuild America’s infrastructure

One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors.

Little bit of Plato for the afternoon.

One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors.

Little bit of Plato for the afternoon.

Conversation


I don’t know if we can be friends anymore, I said.

Oh, why is that? She said.

Well there’s a problem, I said.

And what is that? She said.

I love you, I said.

Oh, she said.

Oh, I said.

Oh, she said,

Again.

I said oh again, too.

We had both said oh twice.

I have ruined our friendship, I said.

No you haven’t, she said.

Yes I have, I said.

I don’t think you have, she said.

Oh? I said

Do you love me? I said.

Does it matter? she said.

It might be quite important, I said.

Do you want to know now? She said.

If you wouldn’t mind, I said.

I have to go, she said.

Oh, I said.

I took that as a no, I said.

Oh, she said.

I just don’t…, she said.

Are you going to go? I said.

She didn’t say

And then turned and walked away.


nationaljournal:

PHOTO OF THE DAY: Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich has a Cuban coffee at the Versailles restaurant in the Little Havana area of Miami on Friday. (PHOTO: Alan Diaz/AP)

mundusnovus:

That is a normal size coffee cup. Newt Gingrich has become as Goliath.


nationaljournal:

PHOTO OF THE DAY: Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich has a Cuban coffee at the Versailles restaurant in the Little Havana area of Miami on Friday. (PHOTO: Alan Diaz/AP)

mundusnovus:

That is a normal size coffee cup. Newt Gingrich has become as Goliath.

On Thursday, Newt Gingrich told CNN that the South Carolina Republican primary “is going to be Armageddon.” On Friday, the candidate picked up the endorsement of the co-creator of the End Times series, Left Behind.


motherjones:

Coincidence??

mundusnovus:

There are no coincidences in South Carolina…

On Thursday, Newt Gingrich told CNN that the South Carolina Republican primary “is going to be Armageddon.” On Friday, the candidate picked up the endorsement of the co-creator of the End Times series, Left Behind.

On Thursday, Newt Gingrich told CNN that the South Carolina Republican primary “is going to be Armageddon.” On Friday, the candidate picked up the endorsement of the co-creator of the End Times series, Left Behind.


motherjones:

Coincidence??

mundusnovus:

There are no coincidences in South Carolina…

On Thursday, Newt Gingrich told CNN that the South Carolina Republican primary “is going to be Armageddon.” On Friday, the candidate picked up the endorsement of the co-creator of the End Times series, Left Behind.


ryking:

17 Of The Top 20 Biggest Political Donors This Election Cycle Are [Right-wingers]

Egged on in no small part by the Supreme Court’s decision to turn campaign finance into the wild west, a small group of donors have gotten increasing aggressive in their efforts to us their enormous wealth to influence elections. As Mother Jones lays out, this has given a decided advantage to Republicans and [other right-wing] candidates. Seventeen of the top 20 spenders seeking to buy election results are [right-wingers]…

mundusnovus

ONE DOLLAR ONE VOTE… GAAAAAH.


ryking:

17 Of The Top 20 Biggest Political Donors This Election Cycle Are [Right-wingers]

Egged on in no small part by the Supreme Court’s decision to turn campaign finance into the wild west, a small group of donors have gotten increasing aggressive in their efforts to us their enormous wealth to influence elections. As Mother Jones lays out, this has given a decided advantage to Republicans and [other right-wing] candidates. Seventeen of the top 20 spenders seeking to buy election results are [right-wingers]…

mundusnovus

ONE DOLLAR ONE VOTE… GAAAAAH.


Today there are more African-Americans under correctional control, — in prison or jail, on probation or parole – than were enslaved in 1850, a decade before the Civil War began. There are millions of African-Americans now cycling in and out of prisons and jails or under correctional control. In major American cities today, more than half of working-age African-American men or either under correctional control or branded felons and are thus subject to legalized discrimination for the rest of their lives.

legal scholar Michelle Alexander. On Monday’s Fresh Air, Alexander talks about how the mass incarceration of African-Americans in the War on Drugs has undermined many of the gains of the Civil Rights movement. (via nprfreshair)

Today there are more African-Americans under correctional control, — in prison or jail, on probation or parole – than were enslaved in 1850, a decade before the Civil War began. There are millions of African-Americans now cycling in and out of prisons and jails or under correctional control. In major American cities today, more than half of working-age African-American men or either under correctional control or branded felons and are thus subject to legalized discrimination for the rest of their lives.

legal scholar Michelle Alexander. On Monday’s Fresh Air, Alexander talks about how the mass incarceration of African-Americans in the War on Drugs has undermined many of the gains of the Civil Rights movement. (via nprfreshair)

It sort of took a life of its own, and the vest gave me this power.

Rick Santorum finally admitted the source of his strength: his sweater vest. (via think-progress)

Does that mean that his vest is like Venom? What price will he have to pay? Don’t do it Rick, it’s not worth it!


It sort of took a life of its own, and the vest gave me this power.

Rick Santorum finally admitted the source of his strength: his sweater vest. (via think-progress)

Does that mean that his vest is like Venom? What price will he have to pay? Don’t do it Rick, it’s not worth it!

Bill O’Reilly Book “Killing Lincoln” to be a Documentary on Nat-Geo with Tony and Ridley Scott


cognitivedissonance:

The documentary, set to begin production in the spring for an early 2013 premiere globally on the National Geographic Channel, will keep the fast pace of the book, described as a historical thriller with a John Grisham-style narrative about the 1865 murder of President Abraham Lincoln and the furious manhunt for his killer. It will include feature-film quality re-enactments completed with CGI in the signature style of the Scott brothers.

One question: Isn’t a documentary typically backed by well-researched fact? Several experts and readers have panned the book as filled with errorsKilling Lincoln is so inaccurate that Ford’s Theater banned it from sale at the on-site bookstore.

There’s only one explanation for the History channel letting this opportunity pass by:

Bill O’Reilly Book “Killing Lincoln” to be a Documentary on Nat-Geo with Tony and Ridley Scott

Bill O’Reilly Book “Killing Lincoln” to be a Documentary on Nat-Geo with Tony and Ridley Scott


cognitivedissonance:

The documentary, set to begin production in the spring for an early 2013 premiere globally on the National Geographic Channel, will keep the fast pace of the book, described as a historical thriller with a John Grisham-style narrative about the 1865 murder of President Abraham Lincoln and the furious manhunt for his killer. It will include feature-film quality re-enactments completed with CGI in the signature style of the Scott brothers.

One question: Isn’t a documentary typically backed by well-researched fact? Several experts and readers have panned the book as filled with errorsKilling Lincoln is so inaccurate that Ford’s Theater banned it from sale at the on-site bookstore.

There’s only one explanation for the History channel letting this opportunity pass by:

Bill O’Reilly Book “Killing Lincoln” to be a Documentary on Nat-Geo with Tony and Ridley Scott

Bad Movie Idea #413 – Camp Cops


Al Pacino

Al Pacino is a washed up cop who has to protect Zak Galifianakis, an idiot-savant, who is close to solving the biggest serial killing spree of the last 25 years.

 They hide out at a Summer Camp and go undercover as  counsellors. Al Pacino’s estranged son is there and through his relationship with Galifianakis he learns to be a Father again. The serial killer turns out to be the police chief… or something.

Bad Movie Idea #413 – Camp Cops


Al Pacino

Al Pacino is a washed up cop who has to protect Zak Galifianakis, an idiot-savant, who is close to solving the biggest serial killing spree of the last 25 years.

 They hide out at a Summer Camp and go undercover as  counsellors. Al Pacino’s estranged son is there and through his relationship with Galifianakis he learns to be a Father again. The serial killer turns out to be the police chief… or something.

Click on me.


This game is very simple, very addictive and probably how the candidates are feeling right now…

AND IT’S ONLY JANUARY!

Click on me.

Click on me.


This game is very simple, very addictive and probably how the candidates are feeling right now…

AND IT’S ONLY JANUARY!

Click on me.


Because race is a debate that constantly bubbles under the surface in this great nation and because it will no doubt be studiously ignored as an issue during the Presidential Race, I thought that this link would be worth a look. Click on the pic.


Because race is a debate that constantly bubbles under the surface in this great nation and because it will no doubt be studiously ignored as an issue during the Presidential Race, I thought that this link would be worth a look. Click on the pic.


newyorker:

Cover Story: Tent Show

“Anybody who believes they have to run our country, the fact that they go ahead and run for the Presidency of the United States—that automatically disqualifies them in my eyes. Who would want this job?” says Bob Staake, this week’s cover artist. He adds, “I love the way it is right now: we’ve just got these nutcases running on the Republican side. For a satirist or any sort of political observer, it’s just incredible.”

Click through for a slide show of political covers that involve animals, and visit The Political Scene for more coverage of the 2012 election: http://nyr.kr/wv01Oh


newyorker:

Cover Story: Tent Show

“Anybody who believes they have to run our country, the fact that they go ahead and run for the Presidency of the United States—that automatically disqualifies them in my eyes. Who would want this job?” says Bob Staake, this week’s cover artist. He adds, “I love the way it is right now: we’ve just got these nutcases running on the Republican side. For a satirist or any sort of political observer, it’s just incredible.”

Click through for a slide show of political covers that involve animals, and visit The Political Scene for more coverage of the 2012 election: http://nyr.kr/wv01Oh

Books to warm the political soul


So many books so little time. Here are a few books that perfectly capture the flavour and passion that American Politics engenders. I enjoyed them. I hope you do too.

  1. Democracy in America: Everything you need to know about how little everything has changed.
  2. Primary Colors: Insights into a “fictional” Democratic Primary and the treasures therein.
  3. Game Change: Obama and the Clintons, McCain and Palin, and the Race of a Lifetime: Melodrama, soap opera, tele-novella. Reality, once again, trumps fiction.
  4. Fear and Loathing: On the Campaign Trail ‘72: Gonzo peels the flesh off the bones.

Books to warm the political soul


So many books so little time. Here are a few books that perfectly capture the flavour and passion that American Politics engenders. I enjoyed them. I hope you do too.

  1. Democracy in America: Everything you need to know about how little everything has changed.
  2. Primary Colors: Insights into a “fictional” Democratic Primary and the treasures therein.
  3. Game Change: Obama and the Clintons, McCain and Palin, and the Race of a Lifetime: Melodrama, soap opera, tele-novella. Reality, once again, trumps fiction.
  4. Fear and Loathing: On the Campaign Trail ‘72: Gonzo peels the flesh off the bones.

newsweek:

urlesque:

scottfriday:

“Depending on the amount of time and participants, we define a project for every workshop.”

“Indeed, like in any endeavor, change and neural rewiring takes hard work over time.” : |

“There were differences between the groups.” Woo boy.

“Anglo-American antagonism persisted in the decades after 1783, but British naval arrogance combined with their long-running attempt to cut off trade to Napoleon’s France greatly aggravated relations.” So same as 2011 then…


newsweek:

urlesque:

scottfriday:

“Depending on the amount of time and participants, we define a project for every workshop.”

“Indeed, like in any endeavor, change and neural rewiring takes hard work over time.” : |

“There were differences between the groups.” Woo boy.

“Anglo-American antagonism persisted in the decades after 1783, but British naval arrogance combined with their long-running attempt to cut off trade to Napoleon’s France greatly aggravated relations.” So same as 2011 then…


Continuing with my theme of being so far behind the curve that I don’t even realise that I’m on a curve, it was with great sadness that I learnt that Alvin Greene, hero of the South Carolina Democratic Party, is no longer running for President this year. Click on his picture to hear the sad sad news that he revealed, er, last year.

  • Then try and remember who he is. 
  • Then click on this link Alvin Greene’s comic book and click further, if your short term brain can cope, on the links to his comic book.
  • Then if you are still bored click on this link here which is a great video of Alvin.
  • Then go and do something more productive.

Continuing with my theme of being so far behind the curve that I don’t even realise that I’m on a curve, it was with great sadness that I learnt that Alvin Greene, hero of the South Carolina Democratic Party, is no longer running for President this year. Click on his picture to hear the sad sad news that he revealed, er, last year.

  • Then try and remember who he is. 
  • Then click on this link Alvin Greene’s comic book and click further, if your short term brain can cope, on the links to his comic book.
  • Then if you are still bored click on this link here which is a great video of Alvin.
  • Then go and do something more productive.

deadpresidents:

It is Richard Nixon’s birthday today, so keep your eyes open for a bunch of Nixon posts.  Some of them will be familiar, but there’s also a pretty big essay that is brand-new and was finished about two minutes ago.

Richard Nixon says, “Surf’s up, bitches.

  • This was taken after the first televised debate with Kennedy. I didn’t realise he was so nervous. (That first sentence is a lie. For comedy.)

deadpresidents:

It is Richard Nixon’s birthday today, so keep your eyes open for a bunch of Nixon posts.  Some of them will be familiar, but there’s also a pretty big essay that is brand-new and was finished about two minutes ago.

Richard Nixon says, “Surf’s up, bitches.

  • This was taken after the first televised debate with Kennedy. I didn’t realise he was so nervous. (That first sentence is a lie. For comedy.)

I was very excited because The Naked Cowboy did put down his name for the race for The White House 2012. 

I then realised the last time I had heard this story was late in 2010 so I thought I’d check up on his campaign as I hadn’t seen him at any of the debates.

To my horror, on clicking on this website: http://nc4president.com/ I found that his subscription had lapsed. NOOOOOOOOOOOO! Today is the day that democracy truly died. Truly. Died. Not Truly Scrumptious, no, Truly Died.

(Thank you for the Chitty-Chitty Bang Bang joke; you are welcome.)

In my despair I continue to search for cowboy nakedness and thankfully discovered he has a reality show on Youtube. So click his picture and enjoy, as I enjoyed, the greatest 10 minutes of my life. You can then worry, as I did, as to how long he will be allowed to use the opening credits of The Sopranos, without being beaten around the ankles with lead piping, by HBO.


I was very excited because The Naked Cowboy did put down his name for the race for The White House 2012. 

I then realised the last time I had heard this story was late in 2010 so I thought I’d check up on his campaign as I hadn’t seen him at any of the debates.

To my horror, on clicking on this website: http://nc4president.com/ I found that his subscription had lapsed. NOOOOOOOOOOOO! Today is the day that democracy truly died. Truly. Died. Not Truly Scrumptious, no, Truly Died.

(Thank you for the Chitty-Chitty Bang Bang joke; you are welcome.)

In my despair I continue to search for cowboy nakedness and thankfully discovered he has a reality show on Youtube. So click his picture and enjoy, as I enjoyed, the greatest 10 minutes of my life. You can then worry, as I did, as to how long he will be allowed to use the opening credits of The Sopranos, without being beaten around the ankles with lead piping, by HBO.

pokemon stole ideas from the Mayans.


dreadfulgypsy:

I was reading this book today and saw pictures of rituals that the Mayans would use to summon gods. they were standing in front of this block that had red and white balls all over it, with a dot in the center, seeming like an opening ball. Woah pokemon get your own shit.

Pokemon more gruesome.

pokemon stole ideas from the Mayans.


dreadfulgypsy:

I was reading this book today and saw pictures of rituals that the Mayans would use to summon gods. they were standing in front of this block that had red and white balls all over it, with a dot in the center, seeming like an opening ball. Woah pokemon get your own shit.

Pokemon more gruesome.


Average Joe Schriner. He’s Average. He’s called Joe. He has a website and he wants your vote. He wants to be President too. Go Joe.


Average Joe Schriner. He’s Average. He’s called Joe. He has a website and he wants your vote. He wants to be President too. Go Joe.